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Friday practice report: Hasselbeck likely out for Chicago

Seahawks head coach Jim Mora told reporters on Friday that quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is "extremely unlikely" to play on Sunday. Hasselbeck suffered a fractured rib against San Francisco on Sunday and has not practiced all week.

Seneca Wallace will get the start at quarterback if Hasselbeck does not play.

Mora also said that offensive tackle Walter Jones will be a game-time decision. Jones was a limited participant in practice on Friday, and has been sharing time at left tackle with Brandon Frye.

Sean Locklear (ankle), Josh Wilson (ankle) and Leroy Hill (groin) are out this week.

Lofa Tatupu (hamstring) did not participate in practice this week and Mora said he's unlikely to play on Sunday. Tatupu is listed as doubtful on the injury report.

Same with fullback Justin Griffith (knee). He did not practice this week and is listed as doubtful for the game.

Ken Lucas (groin) and Brandon Mebane (calf) were limited participants in practice this week, but may be ready to go on Sunday. Along with Walter Jones, Lucas and Mebane are listed as questionable.

Chris Spencer (quad), Deion Branch (hamstring), T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Travis Fisher (hamstring) were full participants in practice this week and should be ready to go on Sunday. They are listed as probable on the injury report.

For Chicago, LB Pisa Tinoisamoa (knee) is out.

TE Desmond Clark (rib) is listed as doubtful and did not practice today.

DE Alex Brown (ankle) was a limited participant in practice and is listed as questionable.

And DT Israel Idonije (knee), DT Tommie Harris (knee) and G Frank Olyale (ankle) all participated fully in practice and are listed as probable.